GE wants to use old-school technology in our newest mobile devices. It’s resurrecting the mechanical relay on the microscopic level, saying its mechanical switch technology could squeeze more capacity at lower power out of our smartphones.
Qualcomm says the only quad-core Snapdragon smartphones we’ll see at Mobile World Congress next week will be concept devices, but Qualcomm is promising we’ll get a glimpse of something even more elusive: an LTE phone that won’t eat your battery for lunch.
LTE phones are the fastest things on the airwaves, but they can also suck a battery dry in a few hours. Here are five reasons why your new Samsung Galaxy Nexus or HTC Vivid is going dead right after lunch time.
The iPhone 4S may have its first significant early life issue, according to many users, and even possibly Apple itself. Many users are reporting seeing very poor battery life with iPhone 4S devices, and now Apple seems to be investigating the problem.